1. They'll keep each other entertained. Playtime is an important part of your dog's development in terms of both health and happiness. Providing the proper amount of attention to your pup can be time consuming. So you can save some time by giving them a partner to play with.
2. Makes training easier. Dogs are pack animals and usually look to other dogs in order to model behavior. A new pup would be much easier to train with the help of an older dog, particularly one who already knows the house rules.
3.Helps ease separation anxiety. You won't have to feel guilty about leaving your pup alone at home. Dogs that suffer from separation anxiety really benefit from having a companion. This frees you up to focus on work or enjoy a night out.
4.It's not that expensive. Having two dogs at the same time does not cost much more. Dogs can share toys and supplies including grooming product, water bowls, and treats. You can even get them one Giant bed to share!
5. More happiness! Most people consider getting a second dog because of the joy their first dog has brought them. Why not double that joy and happiness by adding a second four legged friend to the family.